Houses more than 1,000 animals including
elephants, Sumatran tigers, black rhinos, zebras
and Chantek, the first orangutan to use sign
language. One of two zoos in the country to house
and study giant pandas. $12-$17.
Ice cream, burgers, chili dogs, and more.
Long-running record and CD shop with solid selection of indie rock, folk and early country is a smaller sibling of the Athens landmark.
WRAS 88.5 is Georgia State's student-run college radio station.
Woodruff Park is a six-acre downtown space that is used by more than 5 million people each year.
Old-school record shop with the old vinyl to prove it, crammed together with plenty of new and used CDs, and an occasionally crusty but knowledgeable staff.
With a brain-numbing array of athletic shoe styles next door to GSU, Walter's is where the kids get their kicks.
Atlanta's iconic drive-in restaurant since 1928. Its menu includes hot dogs, burgers, chili, fries, and the famous Frosted Orange. Customers are greeted with the cry, "What'll ya have?"
Below street level are shops in the old 1800s storefronts that were once paved over with progress. At street level, more shops. In Kenny's Alley, some nightclubs feature live music and are allowed to stay open later than in other parts of the city.
Features a regular lineup of rockabilly and hard-rockin' acts, as well as karaoke on Mondays, disco funk on Tuesdays, and its own little Elvis shrine every day.
Locally grown organic produce, specialty groceries, and healthful food-to-go sold by members of a democratically run, politically correct co-op that you can join. Ground zero for the Birkenstock crowd.